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god bless. we'll see you soon. >> bret: mitt romney has a big win just three days before super tuesday. this is "special report". good evening. i'm bret baier. mitt romney picked up a major boost to his presidential campaign, taking first place in the washington state caucuses. the initial west coast contest of this season. we have fox team coverage. carl cameron is in cincinnati, ohio, ahead of super tuesday. we begin with correspondent dan springer who is live in seattle. good evening, dan. >> yeah. good evening, brett. with 62% of the vote here in washington state counted in the straw poll today, mitt romney has a lead with 37% of the vote. a short time ago, he issued a victory statement that reads in part, i'm heartened to have won the washington caucuses and i thank the voters for their support. every day that passes with barak obama in the white house is a day in which america's recovery from the economic crisis is delayed. here is how the other three candidates faired so far. ron paul at 24%. with rick santorum also at 24%. and newt gingrich at 11%. it was a day with a s
cavuto and romney left it at a tippy statement, i was disappointing to hear that rick santorum would regard have president obama as president than a republican. to election is more important than any one person. it is about the future of america. any of the republicans running would be better than president obama and his record of failure. romney spokesman was more blunt. saying and i quote, "senator santorum is not only embarrassing himself with ill-advised comments but damaging the conservative movement." now it is time, senator rick santorum is here to respond finally on the phone. senator, good to have you. a lot of folks say you committed political suicide. >>guest: this is laughable. i'm out here sacrificing my time and energy and my family committing mile and traveling around this country saying the highest priority of the country is to defeat president obama and what i was saying there is, if we don't have a choice, the american public may decide to keep president obama. that is all i said and i have said it in every speech and this is the hat trick of all time. i have said r
through committee last night. >>> republican presidential front ruper mitt romney is trying to establish distance from wednesday's controversy over whether his self-described consecutive positions are genuine. carl cameron reports today was about consolidating support from the right. politically and financially. >> brief media availability wednesday evening, front runner romney is front running and campaigning behind closed doors meeting with power brokers in d.c. including paul ryan and influential conservative demint who is excited about prospect of romney becoming the nominee. santorum has less nominee of romney but says it's not over. >> this race is a long way to go. it's closer than what the media perception. is we feel like we will do well saturday. >> stumping in texas, santorum for the second day in a row blasted romney for the suggestion that romney can reset the campaign like etch-a-sketch like head-to-head battle against obama. >> all the things that allow him to win the primary are unavailable for him to win the general. he knows what he is doing now can't win. he has to res
are up for grabs. one of those states is ohio where mitt romney and rick santorum appear to be heading toward a photo finish. carl, santorum did have the lead. romney seems to be gaining. how is it looking? >> reporter: in the polls at least with less than 48 hours, this is statistical tie in two polls and a real tie in a third. santorum has seen his lead evaporate with romney winning five states in a row. he has the momentum after washington state last night. still santorum has passion behind him. his voters are very enthusiastic when it comes to conservatives and tea party members have a big advantage over romney. he is not giving an inch. santorum believes he is going come out with delegates and someone's super tuesday. >> we are a survivor. we are doing as well as anybody in all these races, first or second in most of the states out there. i think that is going to go well for us. >>> he is making a reference to newt gingrich, santorum and gingrich tried to dodge questions today about whether or not they think the other conservative alternative to romney should drop out. gingrich sa
frontrunner mitt romney continues to vow that if elected he will repeal it on day one. >> this president believes that federal bureau democrats could do a better job than you can, deciding what should be in your insurance policy and ultimately what kind of care you should receive. >> given romney's own experience in massachusetts, however, he may be a flawed messenger. according to the republic attorney general of virginia ken cuccinelli. he has not endorsed anyone in the g.o.p. primary battle brought one of the first lawsuits against the president's reform and says nominating the author of romney care will back fire. >> it doesn't have the power politically to motivate people to vote or volunteer that someone who has been a permanent opponent does. i mean, you are effectively giving that issue up if you select romney as the nominee. we may be doing that. >> for two years the white house has said the more the public learns about the law the more they like it. why are the poll numbers so bad? he blames it on attack ads. they still believe this is about messaging, not the subject of the la
'm gretchen carlson. thanks so much for sharing part of your day with us. mitt romney going 6-10 on super tuesday and has a message for president obama. >> i have a message. you have not failed. you have a president that's failed you. that's going to change. >> mitt romney not waking up this morning with a clear frontrunner. rick santorum proving this is still a two guy race. >> we're going to win a few. we're going to lose a few. but as it looks right now, we're going to get at least a couple of gold medals. and a whole bunch of silver medals. >> plus newt walking away with one victory last night but it's a big one and he's not going anywhere. >> there are lots of bunny rabbits that run through. i'm the tortoise. i take one step at a time. >> reminds me, did i feed my rabbit? we're breaking down all of the super tuesday results. "fox & friends" starts just about now. >> good morning, everyone. check out that map. there you have it. super tuesday results. mitt romney wins six states. ohio, alaska, virginia, idaho, massachusetts and vermont. >> yep. rick santorum only won three but it s
? >> let's head to illinois. the voters hit the polls. a win for romney could cement his front-runner status. a santorum victory could boost that romney can't rally the conservative base. santorum is on the defensive over these comments he made in illinois yesterday. >> you need a candidate who is going to be a fight er for freedom, who is going to get up and make that the central theme in this race. it is the central theme in this race. i don't care what the unemployment rate is going to be. doesn't matter to me. my campaign doesn't hinge on unemployment rates. there's something more foundation going on here. >> okay. romney seized on that comment trying to capitalize on santorum's remarks. >> i'm concerned about the people out of work. one of the people running also for the republican nomination said he esn't care about the unemployment rate, that doesn't bother him. i do care. it bothers me. i want to get people back to work. i'm concerned about those out of work. one of the reasons i'm running is to get the expertise in place. get a strong economy. >> last night, santorum t
does not have the big banks, goldman sachs, boycotting him, and, number one contributor to romney right now and other companies you see, g.e., and the c.e.o. on his competitive council, his outside chief executive advisor and g.e. contributions were big in 2008 but they have given twice as much to romney as obama. that is interesting. >>neil: g.e. has given twice as much? >>reporter: to romney. >>neil: but the c.e.o. is a big advisor to the president. >>reporter: and we should point out sources tell the fox business network and these are sources that are close to him, but he is disenchanted. i don't spent him to go public with this but to friends he is saying he will vote for romney. >>neil: and who giving the $3.2 million to the president. >>guest: google executives. silicon valley groups more liberal, microsoft is up this. >>neil: the tech guys are still, like hollywood, inclined. >>reporter: and universities. comcast is in the list with an interesting thing, g.e. uses to be and comcast now owns nbc and universal and they are among the top ... there they are. but time warner is there,
of a presidential campaign. the fall-out from a very super tuesday for romney. carl cameron reports a front-runner may not have scored a knock-out punch yet he is way ahead on points. >> mitt romney works the tonight raising phones behind closed door in massachusetts after a 1% squeaker in ohio. part of his six out of ten super tuesday wins. >> counting up the delegates for the convention. it looks good. we are counting down days until november and now it's even better. >> in addition to ohio, romney won alaska, virginia, vermont, massachusetts and idaho. santorum won oklahoma, north dakota and tennessee. newt gingrich easily defended georgia. he went one for ten. nearly half the states, 22, voted. with 13 wins romney won more than half of those. santorum with seven states has under a third so far. gingrich has wins in two states. paul, none. and in the race to reach 1144 delegates. romney has 419. santorum 178. gingrich 107. paul, 47. santorum punched forward to kansas, where gingrich has chosen not to compete. tuesday, a battle royal looms in alabama and mississippi where santorum is spen
, and romney is leading in delegate count. but no, nothing is inevitable. and i do appreciate that these men are continuing to duke it out in the arena of ideas and are allowing themselves to be vetted. thank you, gentlemen, who are running on the gop ticket. staying in there allowing yourselves to be vetted by the media because they didn't do it when barack obama ran. >> good morning, it's friday, march 9th. welcome to "morning joe." with us here in washington, msnbc "time" magazine senior analyst and the star of the red carpet, mark haleprin, also political editor and white house correspondent for the "huffington post" sam stein. katty kay and the great willie geist. he's up in new york. so mark, "game change" premiere washington last night, a huge event. tom cruise was there and julianne moore, all the big stars, but you were, of course, the biggest star. you and -- >> you said tom cruise, you meant tom hanks. >> did i say tom cruise? >> last time cruise was there and i missed him. >> tom hanks, tom cruise, come on, it's the same thing. >> it was a great event. hbo does things very well a
. here's how the poll has the republican presidential field. romney topping the field with 38% of the vote followed by santorum at 32%. newt gingrich and ron paul are both at 13%. when asked how the gop nominating process has affected people's view of the party -- >> not good. >> 40% say it's made them look at the party less favorably, 12% said more favorably, and 47% said the process had no impact on their view of the party. the poll also shows how mitt romney's approval rating compares with past presidential candidates. romney gets 28% approval, lower than mccain, kerry, bush, and dole during the same point in the race. and looking at the general election, head to head match-ups against president obama, all four republican contenders fall short. mitt romney is the closest, six points behind the president. on the question of congressional preference, 41% say republicans are the preferred majority in congress. 46% would rather see democrats in charge. and when asked which party does a better job of appealing to people not among its hard core supporters, 55% said the democratic
the whole country and that is what makes it interesting. rick santorum has been going after mitt romney suggesting that on a whole host of issues he simply isn't a reliable conservative. h his record santorum argues proves that. mitt romney said well, i changed in many ways. when i was governor of massachusetts i grew and became much more conservative and you have to look at what i have done in the time since he was governor of massachusetts. and the way in which his policies have evolved. listen to the exchange with mr. santorum really questioning whether or not mitt romney can be believed. >> i think there is no question whether it is healthcare, whether it is cap and trade, whether it is bailouts, whether it is just the roll of government in your life governor romney has a very, very bad track record of being for government type solutions. >> now, romney counters that santorum very much has a similar record. that when was in the u.s. senate he south ear marks and brought home a lot of federal money, a lot of pork to pennsylvania and sort of a big government proconservative prounion r
with 51 rs. mitt romney had 21% and newt gingrich and ron paul rounding out the field. >> romney leads with 454, santorum has 217, gingrich is third and paul last. it takes 1144 delegates to clinch the nomination. joining us now from birmingham, alabama, the man looking for a strong showing in the south tuesday, newt gingrich. and mr. speaker, welcome back to "fox news sunday." >> good to be back with you. >> chris: the polls show a surprisingly close race tuesday in alabama and mississippi. question: are you going to win them both? >> i think we will win both. we are campaigning very aggressively in both states. as almost everywhere else, you start a little behind because of rom no's money and the length of time he's advertising. as you come pain, you catch up with him pretty rapidly. i think we are pulling ahead in both states. we have great organizations in both states, particular flee alabama, where the senate majority leader has put together a great statewide organization. i will be campaigning today in birmingham and in mississippi. and then we will be campaigning in the morning
is on the ballot. but only ron paul and mitt romney vote there. and then have you caucuses in states like north dakota, alaska and north eastern states, massachusetts, vermont, where governor romney is expected to do well. there is something for everyone. caucuses, primaries and lots of delegates and lots of opportunities. >> so a cliff hanger, in my sense on tuesday -- ohio for senator rick santorum and also speaker gingrich in georgeia. >> those are must wins. if rick santorum will win in ohio, he is leading in the polls and that's an opportunity for him to make an argument that he is the candidate who can take on mitt romney and barack obama. he had the opportunity in wisconsin, didn't get it done. ohio is a chance fora i do-over. for speaker gingrich, georgia is a must win. if he can't wane win, there is no rationale. and he has to win and dominate and have a spillover effect in the other southern states and do very well in tennessee and oklahoma to make an argument that you belong as a top-tier candidate. >> what a heartbreak for senator santorum and gingrich not on the virginia ballot. th
the floor ♪ don't bring me down >> hey, this is a true story about mitt romney. you guys know there's a robot running for president, right? [ applause ] >> how cool is that? while touring google's offices yesterday, this is a true story, romney saw a lava lamp on someone's desk and said, that's a big lava lamp. congratulations. [ laughter ] >> ironically, the lava lamp was better at natural conversation than mitt romney. >>> no, i did not bring that in. good morning, everyone. it is thursday, march 22. welcome to "morning joe." with us on set, we have msnbc contributor mike barnicle. we have pulitzer prize winner writer for "the washington post" jonathan capehart. and president of the council on foreign relations, richard haas, along with willie joe and me. and we have a lot going on this morning. good morning, joe. >> good morning, mika. >> we'll be talking about mitt romney. that's where we're starting. but there is a situation in france unfolding. richard is here to talk about that. there is some nfl news. >> some? >> some. >> just a little. >> "new york times" front page. >> ok.
romney will win the state of ohio. >> bill: mitt romney squeaks out a win in ohio but his opponents say they will continue to fight. we will have the best super tuesday coverage anywhere. karl rove, george stephanopoulos, dick morris and dennis miller will all weigh in. >> i don't know what's in rush limbaugh's heart so i'm not going to comment on the sin -- sincerity of his apology. >> bill: president obama reaping benefit over the contraception. >> you won a million dollars. >> i won a million. >> after i took the lump sum is dropped down to 700,000. >> bill: michigan gone woman wins the lottery but still using food stamps. you are not going to believe this one. >> i feel that it's okay because i have no income. >> bill: caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. captions by closed captioning services >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. mitt romney, the winner on super tuesday and that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. the governor now has more than 400 delegates, about 1100 he needed to get the nomina
but we won by enough and that's all that counts. >> bill: governor mitt romney now has momentum but john mccain says all the negative campaigning is hurting both him and the republic party. >> i have been in very tough campaigns, i don't think i have seen one that was as personal and as characterized by some attacks as these are. >> bill: mitt romney will be here. >> have you been to mcdonald's lately? >> i'm not laughing, damn it, i'm not laughing, and, damn it, don't you laugh. because they are killing you with your taste buds. >> bill: louis farrakhan telling african-americans not to eat at mcdonald's. why? >> you don't understand satan. >> dennis miller who does understand the prince of darkness. >> ha ha ha ha. >> dick morris, dennis kucinich and ann coulter will all analyze the primary vote last night. caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone, the factor begins right now. captions by closed captioning services >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. no talking points memo this evening because we have governor mitt romney standing by. as you know the
. this is also mitt romney's problem on the issue. mitt romney told mike huckabee he would support a constitutional amendment that would define a fertilized egg as a person. a personhood thing. even before mississippi voted that down, mitt romney said he would have supported that at the state level when he was governor of massachuset. mississippi said no to personhood because the personhood amendment wouldn't just ban all abortion, a personhood amendment would probably ban hormonal contraception as well. mitt romney says he is all for contraception but he would support personhood. >> you were on governor huckabee's show a few weeks ago and one of the things that you folks talked about was that you would support a life begins at conception amendment. now, that would essentially mean banning most forms of birth control. 98% of american women, including me, use birth control. so could you help me understand why you oppose the use of birth control? >> i don't. i'm sorry. life begins at conception, birth control prevents conception. >> what she is asking mitt romney is the right questio
president george h.w. bush officially endorsed romney moments ago. here is a listen. >> barbara and i are to enthusiastically endorse and support our old friend mitt romney. he is a good man. he will make a great president. we wish him well. we are delighted he is here. i do think it's time for the party to get behind governor romney. and he keeps reminding me, kenny rogers there's a time to hold them and time for fold them. there is a time for people to get behind this good man. >> coming from the president and first lady, i'm honored to have your endorsen't and your support. the president indicated that we have been friends for some time. my parents were also friends of the president and the first lady. and having your support means a great deal to me on a personal basis. family basis. and also on a national basis. >> shannon: that endorsement comes on the heel of two offers of support from marco rubio and former florida governor jeb bush as reports suggest that romney and cash strapped gingrich met over the weekend. chief washington correspondent james rose season here to follow th
in an increasingly bitter race. carl cam ran begins from nearby schaumburg. >> reporter: mitt romney stopped by google's chicago office for an online hangout, ahead what have he hopes to be a decisive victory in the g.o.p. primary tonight. >> vihigh expectations. i think we are going to win here in ilfly. >> reporter: the unemployment, 9.4% is higher than the national average. rick santorum said, he doesn't care about the unemployment rate because he's interested in issues of liberty and freedom. >> i think that high unemployment is a big problem and people are suffering and my message is about jobs and the economy. >> reporter: after endorsing romney in 2008 and saying that he would be a better president than mr. obama, rick santorum said that if romney wins the nomination, people should vote for barack obama and stick with him because their policies are the same. >> desperate. have you the public going too far. i remain tolerant, by not looking at what people are saying. >> reporter: it takes 1144 to win. so far, romney has 521, more than twice rick santorum and quadruple of newt gingrich.
latest losses while mitt romney is trying to show she bible candidate in the deep south. carl cameron is live in new orleans with the latest. >> it's a political gumbo of nasty attacks. puns go on and on in this one. polls close in a few hours. rick santorum is favored. the former pennsylvania senator will win louisiana he hopes and stay in the race to collect enough delegates to be in contention and win the nomination. as consequence of that, the lead in louisiana gives him an opportunity today in wisconsin that votes a week from tuesday that it's time for him to go mono on the talk stage. >> i wish we had the debates, one in the east and on the west. governor romney says he the candidate that of the eventual winner. have him make a case. all he is running negative ads and playing process questions to the media. he is not taking about anything in important. he is talking about the delegate mass. we have our own delegate was and it's nothing like his delegate mass. >> reporter: romney is leading in the delegate mass more than double than rick santorum. there are 20 delts at stake. he
. rick santorum has won the state with 53% following behind mitt romney with this percentage, 17%. newt gingrich, 16% and ron paul coming in with 13%. another big contest, of course, the wyoming caucuses with 44% in mitt romney leading so far, 47% and rick santorum with 34% followed by ron paul with 7%. so far no percentage in yet for newt gingrich. to break it all down we'll go to alicia in wichita, kansas. >> reporter: i talked to rick santorum. he says he feels good about what happened in kansas. he did come into the race among the favorite. they wanted someone that reflects that values. >> here is what santorum told me about that. >> i'm being attacked by my opponents in mississippi and alabama, as not being a conservative. yet here in one of the most conservative states in the country they abandoned the field. >> reporter: romney is doing some celebrating of his own. overnight he won 18 delegates on guam and u.s. territories. he is leading in wyoming tonight. gingrich cancelled a plan to go to kansas planning to spend time in mississippi and always. regardless of the outcomes on tu
santorum came out on top with 39 percent mitt romney second place with 27 percent and gingrich and paul rounds out the field. louisiana shows 568 delegates halfway needed for the nomination. now let's turn to some of the issues that will define the general election between president obama and whoever the republican nominee is. joining us here in studio is president obama's senior advisor david plouffe. >> during the 2008 campaign, barack obama blamed president bush for the rise in gas prices on his watch. let's watch. >> you know how it is nearly 3. 3.70 a gallon for gas because it has gone down, two and a half times it costs when george bush took office. >> using that logic how responsible is president obama now for gas prices more than doubling since he took office? >> we have gone through this just about every year now. we have been doing this for decades. you see it increase tri annually. we have to do everything we can here to produce oil, natural gas here in this country. we are doing that. production is at an 8 year high, triple the rateses in the field. that's only part of the a
support and why? >> romney. >> because? >> his decisions on the different issues match how i feel. >> who are you supporting? >> i support romney. >> who are you supporting? >> ron paul, only man of principle and the only one who will stop these crazy foreign adventures. >> ron paul. >> who are you supporting and why? >> newt gingrich. i think he is very experienced. i think maybe the reason he is not a favorite in the republican party is because he a renegade. >> rick santorum because he is a social conservative. >> one more. >> he is genuine. he is for real. >> months of this conversation, in some cases years because we have two candidates that have run before. new hampshire, one of mitt romney's most important surrogates, what message do you have to for them why romney should be the nominee? >> we need to beat barack obama in november. >> do you agree with that? >> yes! >> mitt romney is the candidate that can beat barack obama, we need somebody who has been outside of washington and who actually has the private sector experience, that knows how jobs are created and the private sector
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